- Apr 25, 2016
- May 13, 2016
- Hunan TV
- 45 min.
C-Drama Review | “My Amazing Boyfriend Season 1” Enthralling Viewers Attention With Romance, Comedy And Fantasy Side
My Amazing Boyfriend Season 1 is a very sweet drama full of feel-good moments and laughs. Inspired from the book My Wonderful Boyfriend, the narrative reminds me a little of My Girlfriend is a Gumiho. (The aesthetic and ambiance are very different from My Boyfriend from the Star. Don’t believe the deceptive advertising.)
The concept of this play is pretty unusual. A mutant human and an actress find themselves living together. According to the summary, this is a ridiculous sci-fi drama that isn’t really credible or sympathetic. However, it has a very rich tale with many twists and turns. There’s some wonderful comedy, a lot of action, mystery, tension, and romance. It’s a compelling story with excellent performances.
There are several endearing personalities and side pairings. It took a while for me to figure out who the evil person was, but I got it out before it was revealed. It’s certainly shocking. I had a great time solving the puzzles. By no means is it a sluggish drama. There are kidnappings, action, and battle sequences. It keeps you always on your toes. And the chemistry is lovely but not overly overdone, as in other dramas. The ending is a little ambiguous. I’d recommend viewing Season 2 to find out how things end; it’s also a great drama.
Considering this is my 4th time rewatching, it’s worth my time! Only 28 episodes which is pretty short inside of those long Cdramas that have 50-60 episodes and a lot of the times there are some scenes that aren’t necessary for those long dramas.
Romance was so good and was full of fluff. A lot of sweet moments with funny chemistry.
There was a love triangle (Female lead Ex-boyfriend). But not annoying and supportive.
Many sweet kisses.
There is breakup & misunderstanding (little draggy) with open ending (waiting for season 2). Other than that a good watch.
My personal opinions about the story of this drama
Despite having an open conclusion and the female lead might be irritating at times, it is a pretty good drama! The plot is decent, and there are some interesting twists. The main character should have been less stiff, but he did a good job overall. The supporting characters performed admirably as well, particularly Fingal Fu as investigator Li Yan Zhi and Aro Yang as Feng Dong Dong. I only gave it nine stars because I loathe open endings; else, I would have given it 10 stars for entertainment. Check out the second season; it follows on wonderfully from the first. Have fun with it!
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